In his own words
first start [performing]. When you first start you have to think about everything but once it gets into your subconscious you just do it. On his worst gig There’s never been a bad one in terms of performing and tricks going wrong. The worst thing for me is when you are in a location that is simply not suitable. I’ve been asked to do a show on top of a double decker bus while it is moving around London – in the winter, when it was freezing. You just do the best you can. On revealing his methods There’s a saying: “A magician always guards an empty chest.” It’s not what is in the box that’s interesting; it’s what might be in there. As long as you don’t let anyone look inside, they will always be intrigued. I can tell everyone how my tricks work or I show people and let them try to figure it out. And the explanation is much more interesting that what actually happened. You’ve got to keep that element of mystery. Britain’s Got Talent It was a dream come true when I did my final on Britain’s Got Talent. There were 15 million people watching and I got a standing ovation from the judges and the audience.